The President-elect has been talking with many overseas leaders and said nothing can stop him from taking over the US Presidency.
1. Joe Biden speaks with many overseas leaders.
2. Joe Biden labels Trump’s refusal to accept the results as an embarrassment.
3. Trump loyalists back him to retain Presidency.
Biden says Trump’s denial to concede defeat is an embarrassment:
Joe Biden has stated President Donald Trump‘s refusal to concede victory in closing week’s White House election is “an embarrassment”. But the United States president-elect – who has been making touch with overseas leaders – insisted not anything could prevent the switch of power.
The US Elections’ results to be revealed by December 14:
Mr Trump in the meantime tweeted he could, in the long run, win the race that everyone most important TV networks have forecast he lost. As takes place every 4 years, US media projected the election victor. None of the nation-through-nation consequences have begun been certified, numerous vote counts are continuing, and the final results will best be set in stone as soon as the United States Electoral College meets on 14 December.
Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel, Boris Johnson speak with Joe Biden on phone:
Mr Joe Biden has been fielding phone calls with overseas leaders as he prepares to count on the office. On Tuesday, Biden spoke to international leaders including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, Irish Taoiseach Micheál Martin, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. But as he and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris forge ahead, little-recognized authorities’ employer-led through a Trump appointee is stalling the handover.
Mike Pompeo and Trump-allies believe that Trump will retain his presidency post the legal battle:
President Trump has been making unsubstantiated claims that Mr Biden becomes best capable of win the election via electoral corruption; however, no evidence has emerged to date to aid the allegation. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a Trump loyalist, advised an information convention on the Department of State on Tuesday that after each “legal” vote become counted a “2nd Trump administration” could begin.